Supercars Ferrari Aston Martin Lamborghini - Gone in 60 Seconds - DVLA Swansea Biggest Fraud Case

The Carroll Foundation Trust Criminal Case - Largest Offshore Tax Evasion Organised Criminal Conspiracy and Corruption Case - $ One Billion Dollars
$ Embezzlement of Funds Criminal Liquidation of Assets on a World Wide basis

Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Supercars - Ferrari * Aston Martin * Lamborghini - SUPERCARS COLLECTION * GONE IN 60 SECONDS - Most Dangerous Trans-National Criminal Organisation $1,OOO,OOO,OOO (One Billion Dollars) Prosecution Files - Carroll Trust - DVLA Swansea Biggest Fraud Bribery Case

The Carroll Foundation Trust $1,000,000,000 (one billion dollars) cross-border organised crime tax evasion case took a bizarre twist with shocking new revelations in the American and British Media concerning the Carroll Automobile Trust and museum collections renowned as one of the largest supercar collections in Europe. The collection was completely stolen in a co-ordinated criminal seizure and liquidation operation by the FBI Scotland Yard targeted Anthony Clarke London Business Angels crime syndicate who also executed Europe's largest tax fraud heist operation in modern economic history.

The UK Government's DVLA Swansea department which controls all vehicle licensing and registration for the United Kingdom retains the DVLA Carroll Trust case files in concert with the Metropolitan Police Scotland Yard London. The prosecution files contain forged and falsified Carroll Automobile registration documentation linked to fraudulent Coutts & Co Strand London Gerald Carroll Trust bank accounts which impulsed the criminal seizure and liquidation operation of this major supercar collection in private ownership.

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